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Chew on This! Selecting Safe Chews for Dogs

Chew treats for our canine companions can fill many roles:  special treat, boredom buster, dental health booster…but how to choose? Are they all safe for your beloved pet? Are some better than other? Before you ask the pet store employee about selecting safe chews for dogs, ask your pet professionals at Hanford Veterinary Hospital.

Food For Thought

When perusing the aisles looking for pet treats, there is a lot to consider. You will need to pick up the packages and do a little investigating in order to find the best option for your pet family. Think about:

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The Four Stages of Pet Periodontal Disease

There are many stages of preparing for an exam, dealing with grief, and healing injuries. With the right approach and a good deal of research, each level can be dealt with and even conquered. The four stages of pet periodontal disease works a little differently. Instead of getting better, the symptoms get worse as the stages increase. We always work toward prevention, but once a pet reaches the first stage of the disease, it’s time to act quickly.

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What Happens in a Pet Dental Exam?

Many pet owners view pet dental care as an extra expense perfectly situated on the back burner. However, it’s actually more expensive in the long run to wait for symptoms of periodontal disease to develop. Daily care at home is a fantastic defense against oral bacteria, plaque, and tartar accumulation, but a regularly scheduled pet dental exam should never be overlooked.
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The Importance of Pet Dental Care

Hanford_iStock_000018323086_FullDental care for dogs and cats is an often overlooked area of pet care.While dental disease can certainly cause that pesky dog breath, it is much more serious than just stinky kisses. Unfortunately, over half of pets will have some form of dental disease by the age of two. Learn why good pet dental care can extend a pet’s life expectancy by up to five years. Continue…

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